Our goal is to showcase our growing community and the talented designers that are creating spaces that fill us with wonder and inspiration. We invite residential, commercial, hospitality, private jet & yacht designers alike to submit a project they are extremely proud of!  We’ve decided to keep it to three broad categories, designers are welcome to submit multiple projects. 

2023 Judging Panel

Stephanie Thornton Plymale

Best Selling Author & CEO of Heritage School of Interior Design

Max Humphrey

Portland based Interior Designer, Author, and Cool Dude

Rick Campos

Recovering interior designer, design business coach, and host of Design Biz Survival Guide podcast.

Mary Jo Bowling

Homes Editor, Luxe Interiors + Design Pacific Northwest

2023 Winners

Project Title:

The Tree House 

SDC Showrooms & Manufacturers:

J.Garner Home | Pindler | Kravet | DFG 

Short Description & Why it is deserving of this award: 

This project feels deserving of this award because growing and nurturing a design business takes time! We’ve been blessed with great client and solid design projects but this one really represents the White Label aesthetic: a naturally bold home in a mountain setting, where you want to hike all day and come home to this humble but luxe place to live. The project was fun, the Clients exceptional, and the Building team phenomenal. We’re so proud and think this project is worth sharing with the world!

Project Title:

Classic Beauty Project (Living Room Only)

SDC Showrooms & Manufacturers:

Trammell Gagne – Zimmer Rohde | Jennifer West – Mokum  | The Dixon Group – Schumacher, Christopher Farr Cloth, Stroheim + Roman | DFG – J Redmond, Hickory Chair, Visual Comfort, Kolkka | Currey and Co | J Garner Home – Lilian August | Kravet/The Shade Store

Short Description & Why it is deserving of this award: 

Our clients requested a serene and peaceful room that they could relax and enjoy visiting with friends in. We reworked the circulation space and added in two windows, raised the ceiling and redesigned the fireplace and darkened up the wood floor stain to create contrast with the lighter furnishings and walls. The color palette was built around the charcoal floral fabric.
I feel this room is deserving of the influential space award because its represents a classic, timeless room that a wide range of people can connect to. It was also completely sourced from the Seattle Design Center. 

Project Title:

Capitol Hill 

SDC Showrooms & Manufacturers:

Trammel Gagne | John Pomp | Visual Comfort | LeFlar | George Smith | Jennifer West | Holly Hunt | ZR | Shiir Rugs | Mark Alexander | J Garner Home | Lee Industries | A Rudin | Cisco | Holland & Sherry | Cowton and Tout | Dedar | Schumacher 

Short Description & Why it is deserving of this award: 

A four year project delayed further due to the pandemic and the end result was worth the wait. A beautiful new construction collaboration with Conard Romano Architects and Bellan Construction where every detail was thought out to create the perfect space for a Seattle couple and their 3 daughters. It was important to all parties that the architecture fit into this classic Capitol Hill neighborhood seamlessly while offering the all the contemporary comforts clients have come to expect. The interior furnishings marry the styles of both clients to blend perfectly with the interior architecture. Hyde Evans Design worked tirelessly on every detail to make sure the quality of the furnishings matched the quality of construction. We’d like to think we are deserving of this award because of the classic and authentic styling of this home that makes you think it has always been here. 

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